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Registering Windows DLL

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In order for a DLL to be used, it has to be registered by having appropriate references entered in the Registry. It sometimes happens that a Registry reference gets corrupted and the functions of the DLL cannot be used anymore. The DLL can be re-registered by opening Start-Run and entering the command

regsvr32 somefile.dll

This command assumes that somefile.dll is in a directory or folder that is in the PATH. Otherwise, the full path for the DLL must be used. A DLL file can also be unregistered by using the switch "/u" as shown below.

regsvr32 /u somefile.dll

This can be used to toggle a service on and off.



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